Here’s something I hope you’ll like! Want to win a copy of Killer Instinct by S E Green? Just answer the question and fill out the widget below! US shipping addresses only, please.
A teen girl version of Dexter meets the high stakes danger and mystery of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in this riveting debut.
Lane is a typical teenager. Loving family. Good grades. After-school job at the local animal hospital. Martial arts enthusiast. But her secret obsession is studying serial killers. She understands them, knows what makes them tick.
Because she might be one herself.
Lane channels her dark impulses by hunting criminals and delivering justice when the law fails. The vigilantism stops shy of murder, but with each visceral rush, the line of self-control blurs. And when a young preschool teacher goes missing—and returns in pieces—Lane gets a little too excited about tracking down “the Decapitator,” the vicious serial murderer who has come to her hometown.
As she gets dangerously caught up in a web of lies about her own past, Lane realizes she is no longer invisible or safe. Especially after the Decapitator contacts her directly. Now she needs to use her unique talents to find the true killer’s identity before she—or someone she loves—becomes the next victim…
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Answer this Question:
What’s an interesting habit or trait you have that is strikingly similar or remarkably different from your parents or other people in your family?
This is a tough question because I am so like my family members, yet so different, too! Like most of my family, I avoid confrontation (though lately I have been more willing to speak up for myself), I’m reserved around new people, and I’m willing to make a plan and work to achieve my goals. I’m not athletic – that gene missed our family, though as I am getting older, I enjoy getting outside and taking a nice long walk (I know my mom and brother like to walk, too). It’s very relaxing. We all enjoy hitting the road and visiting new places; that break from the daily grind is necessary to keep up my motivation.
Ways that I’m different – there are times that I don’t want to talk to anyone, my family included. I think my parents are finally picking up on that one. Sorry guys, there are just times that I need to be left alone! I don’t think anyone else in my family is like that. I also have to be surrounded by my critters to be truly happy. That means occasionally being covered in dog or horse hair, as well as slobber. What can I say?
When I think about it, I think I am much more like my family members than not. How about you?
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